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From the East:

Take I-95 North or South to Route 20 West. Go approximately 5 mi. (to second traffic light) in Wayland Center. At the light turn right on Routes 27/126. Bear left onto Route 27 Sudbury. Continue through the light at Sudbury center. Rt. 27 N turns to the right after the light. DO NOT TURN. Continue on Hudson Rd. for .1 mile and the synagogue is on the left.

From Route 2 East:

Take Route 2 heading west to the traffic at Sudbury Rd. (The light after Rt. 126). Go left at the light and continue through the next light at Rt. 117. This is Concord Rd. At the end Concord Rd. goes to the left. At the next traffic light in Sudbury center (approx. 2 mi.) turn right. The synagogue is .5 miles on the left.

From Route 2 West:

Take a right at the light at Rt 62. Continue on this road for approximately 9 miles. (Rt. 62 becomes Rt. 27 in Maynard). At the end take a right on to Hudson Rd. The synagogue is on the left.

From New York / Connecticut

Take I-84 (east) to the Massachusetts Turnpike (east) towards Boston. Take Exit 10 to I-290 (east) towards Worcester and into Marlboro. Go to the end of I-290 onto the Route 85 Connector (east). This will bring you to Route 85 (Washington St.). Turn left (north – Hudson) at traffic light with the 99 Restaurant on your right. After a short distance, turn right at the next traffic light onto Broad Street. At second set of lights (Shell station on right) turn right (east) onto Main Street. Stay on this road for just under 8 miles to Temple Beth El. It is a gray building on the right. (Note – Main Street is also Route 62, but do not follow Rt. 62 when it continues north at the lights – instead stay on Main Street as the name changes from Main St., to State St., to Sudbury Road and to Hudson Road.)

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